of science degree in engineering from princeton and its masters of science from stanford. -- has d salgado is served as senior counter of the computer crime intellectual property section. as a federal prosecutor, he specialized in investigating and prosecuting computer network cases such as computer hacking, illegal computer wiretaps, denial of service attacks, and other technology-driven privacy crime. he graduated from the university of mexico and received his law degree from yale law school. each of you will be recognized for five minutes without objection. you're full written statement will appear in the record after your statement has been completed. also without objection, all members' alta misstatements will be placed in the record, as well. is first.ngiel >> thank you. chairman sensenbrenner, ranking member scott, and members of the subcommittee, thank you for the opportunity to testify on behalf of the department of justice regarding the electronic communications privacy act -- ecpa. this topic is particularly important to the department because of the wide-ranging -- department.